Issue No. 1: South
Hayo is a magazine for travelers who are curious about arts and culture. We uncover the heart and soul of a place by sharing stories and images from people who have experienced it firsthand. We inspire readers to see the world, while giving them everything they need to explore it on their own.
In Hayo No. 1: South we wanted to explore different meanings of the word “south.” We pursued and chose stories that evoke different ways of seeing and feeling south. Flip through its pages, submerge yourself in the different worlds we have brought to you—from Japan to Italy, Turkey to Australia—and get inspired to go and find your own south.
South of the Border / West of the Sun: Award-winning writer Andrew Berardini reflects on growing up in a Californian town on the border of Mexico
Antarctica: Photographer Jeff Topham takes us through the epic white landscapes of Antarctica, with poetic fragments by poet Shannon Rayne
Iconic. Timeless. V.I.N.T.A.G.E.: Joanna Riquett & Tracy Stefanucci interview Johannesburg-based dancers V.I.N.T.A.G.E. Cru about their mission to change the conversation around homosexuality in South Africa, with photography by Chris Saunders
Where the Walls Speak: Sorcha Higgins uncovers the history of street art in Buenos Aires and how it came to be the world-class scene it is today, with photography by Teo Riadigos & Jeff Topham
Dimension: 7.5” x 9.5”
Number of pages: 100
Printing: offset printed on uncoated paper + smooth cover
Weight: 298 g